Ethernet Standard Opens the Door to Advanced Connected-Car Design

Steve Carlson - Electronic Design - June 21, 2016
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The recent publication of a new IEEE standard could deliver on the promise of a “connected car” that has a robust internal data network for automotive functions and the data speeds to converse with externalities such as the cloud and, ultimately, the Internet of Things (IoT). The IEEE 802.3bw-2015 100BASE-T1 standard, which supports 100-Mb/s Ethernet operation over a single, balanced, twisted-pair cable, will influence not only functional vehicle design, but also support a veritable new world of electronic design in vehicle electrification, in-vehicle applications, and real-time connectivity with the outside world.

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